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Wealden View, Shrub Lane, Burwash, TN19

3 bedroom house in Shrub Lane

£625,000 Freehold

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  • 3 double bedrooms  |  Off-street parking with private driveway  |  Conservatory with central heating  |  Glorious unbroken countryside views  |  2.6 miles to Etchingham mainline station  |  Close to village centre  |  Quiet location  |  EPC rating C

A semi-rural, secluded family house with private driveway, 19' conservatory and adjoining fields.

This modern family house is of considerable charm and character, occupying a semi-rural location in a thriving village. The property is situated in a glorious spot at the end of a private road on the village edge with secluded front and rear gardens of established variety, elevated over 2 terraces and a splendid outlook onto open countryside.

A 1980's house which displays an established country house appearance. The accommodation is tastefully arranged over 2 floors and extends to 1,957 sq ft. Built of brick beneath a tiled roof, Latymers features an attractive, Sussex style timber weather boarding to the front and rear elevations and benefits from a driveway which has a turning space for several vehicles.

Presented in excellent condition with generous natural light, the oak front door opens to reveal a 24 ft entrance hallway with 2 sets of double doors giving access to the sitting room and separate dining room. and laundry area are accessible from the inner hallway with a door into the garden.

Latymers has been the focus of much improvement and now features a superb principle bedroom with an en-suite shower/wet room occupying the full width of the rear section and a magnificent 19 ft conservatory with French doors leading onto the garden.

The owners have also installed double glazed windows, boiler and a high-pressure hot water system where the property can now boast an EPC rating of C.

The village offers a full range of attractions, a doctor's surgery, general store, petrol station, pubs and nearby school whilst Etchingham mainline station is only 5 minutes away with a regular service to London Bridge in an hour and a half.

Entrance Hall
7.42m x 3.80m (24'4" x 12'6")


Sitting Room
13.00m x 7.72m (42'8" x 25'4")


Dining Room
12.00m x 3.86m (39'4" x 12'8")


Conservatory
5.92m x 2.82m (19'5" x 9'3")


Utility Room
3.86m x 1.65m (12'8" x 5'5")


Kitchen
4.45m x 2.67m (14'7" x 8'9")


Landing
4.72m x 1.80m (15'6" x 5'11")


Bedroom 1
5.00m x 3.86m (16'5" x 12'8")


Bedroom 2
4.30m x 2.64m (14'1" x 8'8")


Bedroom 3
11.00m x 0.43m (36'1" x 1'5")


En-suite to Bed 1
2.54m x 2.41m (8'4" x 7'11")


Family Bathroom
3.10m x 2.03m (10'2" x 6'8")

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Offering a slower pace of life, glorious countryside, quaint surrounding villages and excellent grammar, primary, secondary and independent schools, and within easy commuting distance of the capital, Tunbridge Wells is a great place to make your home, whether you're born and bred in the area or making the move from London. Plus there are a wide variety of styles and sizes of period and modern homes. And we're only an hour away from the coast.

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A semi-rural, secluded family house with private driveway, 19' conservatory and adjoining fields.

This modern family house is of considerable charm and character, occupying a semi-rural location in a thriving village. The property is situated in a glorious spot at the end of a private road on the village edge with secluded front and rear gardens of established variety, elevated over 2 terraces and a splendid outlook onto open countryside.

A 1980's house which displays an established country house appearance. The accommodation is tastefully arranged over 2 floors and extends to 1,957 sq ft. Built of brick beneath a tiled roof, Latymers features an attractive, Sussex style timber weather boarding to the front and rear elevations and benefits from a driveway which has a turning space for several vehicles.

Presented in excellent condition with generous natural light, the oak front door opens to reveal a 24 ft entrance hallway with 2 sets of double doors giving access to the sitting room and separate dining room. and laundry area are accessible from the inner hallway with a door into the garden.

Latymers has been the focus of much improvement and now features a superb principle bedroom with an en-suite shower/wet room occupying the full width of the rear section and a magnificent 19 ft conservatory with French doors leading onto the garden.

The owners have also installed double glazed windows, boiler and a high-pressure hot water system where the property can now boast an EPC rating of C.

The village offers a full range of attractions, a doctor's surgery, general store, petrol station, pubs and nearby school whilst Etchingham mainline station is only 5 minutes away with a regular service to London Bridge in an hour and a half.

Entrance Hall
7.42m x 3.80m (24'4" x 12'6")


Sitting Room
13.00m x 7.72m (42'8" x 25'4")


Dining Room
12.00m x 3.86m (39'4" x 12'8")


Conservatory
5.92m x 2.82m (19'5" x 9'3")


Utility Room
3.86m x 1.65m (12'8" x 5'5")


Kitchen
4.45m x 2.67m (14'7" x 8'9")


Landing
4.72m x 1.80m (15'6" x 5'11")


Bedroom 1
5.00m x 3.86m (16'5" x 12'8")


Bedroom 2
4.30m x 2.64m (14'1" x 8'8")


Bedroom 3
11.00m x 0.43m (36'1" x 1'5")


En-suite to Bed 1
2.54m x 2.41m (8'4" x 7'11")


Family Bathroom
3.10m x 2.03m (10'2" x 6'8")

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Offering a slower pace of life, glorious countryside, quaint surrounding villages and excellent grammar, primary, secondary and independent schools, and within easy commuting distance of the capital, Tunbridge Wells is a great place to make your home, whether you're born and bred in the area or making the move from London. Plus there are a wide variety of styles and sizes of period and modern homes. And we're only an hour away from the coast.

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